This one is really confusing me and my wife. If we are legally married in our state (soon to be recognized in Illinois, married in Iowa), and I am carrying our child and we will both be on the birth certificate, do we still need to do some kind of legal protection stuff for traveling to states like Michigan? Or are they bound to honor our marriage (and thus both of our parental rights) because of the DOMA ruling last June or not since they don't have marriage there? Marriage, of course, being the clause that allowed her on the birth certificate in the first place. Any ideas?
Married to a wonderful woman since 2010. Baby boy C arrived in June 2013!
Check out our User Agreement.
And so are the boys!